Routinely monitor daily well performance, identify changing well conditions and provide recommendations to optimize production
Maintain up-to-date well models and possess the ability to model changing well conditions and be able to provide recommendations for production improvement
Develop and maintain an up to date records of wells pertinent data and performance history in areas of assignment
Lead the well surveillance process to identify and carry out production improvement opportunities on wells, facilities, and operations.
Identify workover/recompletion, stimulation, artificial lift, and compression candidates for production optimization.
Generate AFEs, cost estimates, and procedures for workovers/recompletions.
Design, implement and optimize artificial lift systems for horizontal and vertical wells with various producing depths and fluid types.
Provide production engineering support for new well designs and operation.
Recommend modifications and/or investments to upgrade operations facility systems to reduce operating costs.
Lead periodic wells reviews with reservoir engineers, geologists, and field personnel.
Collaborate with production engineers in Lagos to maintain representative integrated production model of assigned fields, reservoirs and wells
Routinely review shut-in wells to ascertain causes of shut-in and proffer solutions to restoring well back on production
Develop procedures for intervention and slick line activities and ensure contractors adhere to safe procedures and practices and within approved budget
Design and follow through MER testing and other well testing operations
Assist with preparation of annual budget
Monitor and discuss the the performance of installed well production equipment (xmas tree valves, SC-SSSV, chokes, actuators etc.) and plan intervention when required
Conduct HSE and technical pre-qualification/mobilization inspection of contractor equipments
Analyse metering requirement and carry out performance analysis of installed production metering equipment to ensure they meet industry minimum standard and statutory compliance
Must have prior experience in work over design and production optimization, and ongoing production and maintenance operations activities
A university degree in petroleum, mechanical or chemical engineering or closely related disciplines, with minimum of 2 years relevant experience in an oil producing environment.